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Chiropractic Care FAQ

If you are struggling with chronic pain or having a difficult time healing following an injury, Dallas chiropractic care may be able to make a big difference for your overall well being. Below, our chiropractor in Dallas answers five of your most frequently asked questions about chiropractic care and drug-free pain management.

#1: What is a chiropractor qualified to treat?
Our Dallas chiropractor is a qualified injury doctor who has completed specialized training in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries. Our chiropractor in Dallas follows evidenced-based treatment protocols, which means we create a customized treatment program for each patient based on their specific pain management and injury rehabilitation needs. Our goal with our patients is to not only safely manage their pain, but also to empower them to live a life of wellness.

#2: What is a spinal adjustment?
A spinal misalignment can result from a range of causes, from poor ergonomic set up at work to an injury that results in a painful slipped disc and nerve compression. As long as nerve compression persists, you will continue to notice pain. A spinal adjustment is a gentle, safe and highly effective technique for restoring proper alignment to the musculoskeletal system. Hands-on adjustments use gentle pressure to safely restore proper alignment to the spine and alleviate pressure.

#3: What should I expect during my first visit?
During your first visit to our Dallas chiropractor, we will conduct diagnostic tests to determine the precise cause for your pain. These tests are designed to identify the underlying musculoskeletal misalignment, like a herniated disc, that is triggering your pain. At APEX Wellness Center, our chiropractor in Dallas follows a multi-dimensional approach to treatment that integrates chiropractic care with complementary therapies, including corrective exercises, to help enhance all aspects of our patient’s well being. During your first visit we will discuss your current pain and health concerns, the different treatment options that are available for you, and work together to determine the best course of care.

#4: What conditions will benefit from chiropractic treatment?
Chiropractic care can be an effective treatment for a variety of conditions, including back pain, neck pain, headaches and migraines, sciatica and whiplash. Our chiropractor in Dallas also treats fibromyalgia pain, joint disease, scoliosis, pregnancy-related pain, and carpal tunnel syndrome. If you are suffering from chronic pain or struggling to heal following an injury, talk to our chiropractor in Dallas about your different treatment options.

#5: Is chiropractic care safe?
Chiropractic care is one of the safest and most effective ways to treat musculoskeletal pain. Our Dallas chiropractor has received special training to safely adjust the spine and restore proper alignment, which is essential to relieving pain. We use X-rays and other diagnostic imaging tools to locate vertebral dysfunction and to rule out disorders like tumors or fractures. When it comes to managing chronic pain, chiropractic care is one of the safest alternatives to prescription painkillers.

 

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  • "I have nothing but wonderful things to say about APEX Wellness Center, and from what i gather, everyone else who sees them loves them too. Not just likes but LOVES them."
    Peter Dallas, TX

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